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Camate'rus, Joannes (*)Iwa/nnhs *Kamathro/s), patriarch of Constantinople front A. D. 1198 to 1204. We have four iambic lines in praise of him, which were written by Ephraemus, and are printed in Leo Allatius, De Consensu, &c. (i. p. 724.) Works Oration on Homicide Nicolaus Comnenus (Pracnot. Mystag. p. 251) mentions an oration of his on homicide, and another, on the marriage of Consobrini, is printed in Freher's Jus Graecum (iv. p. 285). Epistle to Innocent III. In An epistle of J. Camaterus addressed to Innocent III., Camaterus expresses his wonder at the Roman church assuming the title of the universal church. Editions This letter is printed in a Latin translation among the letters of Innocent, with the reply of the latter. Other works still in MS. Among the other works of his which are still extant in MS. there is an iambic poem inscribed to the emperor Manuel Comnenus, and entitled peri\ zwdiakou= ku/klou kai\ tw=n a)\llwn a(pa/ntwn tw=n e)n ou)ranw=(. Further Inf
SSALONICA, was a native of Constantinople, and lived during the latter half of the twelfth century. At first he was a monk in the monastery of St. Florus, but afterwards he was appointed to the offices of superintendent of petitions (e)wi\a tw=n deh/sewn), professor of rhetoric (mai+)stwr r(hto/rwn), and diaconus of the great church of Constantinople. After being bishop elect of Myra, he was at once raised to the archbishopric of Thessalonica, in which office he remained until his death in A. D. 1198. The funeral orations which were delivered upon him by Euthymius and Michael Choniates are still extant in MS. in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Works The praise which is bestowed upon him by Nicetas Choniates (viii. p. 238 x. p. 334) and Michael Psellus (Du Cange, Glossar. s. v. r(h/twr) is perfectly justified by the works of Eustathius that have come down to us: they contain the amplest proofs that he was beyond all dispute the most learned man of his age. His works consist of commen